Tuesday, November 16, 2010

~White Wednesday # 74~


Since Winter is on it's way I'm going to share some whites with pinecones today. I love the contrast with this combo. I always get them out before Christmas and usually leave them out until Spring arrives. The first photos are from my booth that I took today while I was up there fluffing and restocking. The last ones with the candle are from my bathroom next to my bathtub. I always light this candle when I take a bath......which lately isn't very often. Who has the time? Maybe if I get a few more projects done this evening I'll be able to soak a while with my new Jeanne d' Arc Living magazine that just arrived. Enjoy! xoxo K.




49 comments:

  1. I would love to have that wrought iron stand with the candle and wonderful pine cones near my bath~ how luxurious...

    Karen

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  2. Kathleen, I love love the pretty candle on the old plant stand. You can use those to hold an ice bucket too for champagne ;) Thanks again for hosting such a warm wonderful white wednesday, xoxo tami

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  3. Kathleen I love the fresh and simple way that pine cones look on display.
    I need to gather some fresh ones for this winters decor.
    Thanks for the inspiration
    Amy
    PS the closest I get to a soak in a bath is giving Brooklyn his...LOL

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  4. The rustic pinecones really set off the whites. One of the best things about white is that you can change the look and feel with accessories so well and the white carries it off elegantly!

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  5. Very pretty! I like to decorate with pinecones too and I leave them out all year long. Thanks again for hosting another White Wednesday!
    Faye
    wildrosevintage

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  6. thanks for hosting! I'm so glad to have something to contribute this week!

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  7. ...lovin` the scale ~ and the thought of soaking in the tub reading Jeanne d`arc!!

    Happiest W.W.!!
    xo, Rosemary

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  8. I think my favorite photos are the ones with the candle and your bathtub. I have an old clawfoot bathtub in my bathroom. Haven't had a bath in it for over two years. Why? Just waiting for my son and son-in-law to finish the plumbing! It's nice to dream though!

    Take care, Sue

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  9. Hi Kathleen,
    I'm with you on hoping to read the new JdA Living magazine! Don't think it's going to happen here tonight though... maybe wishes will come true ;)
    Love your beautiful vignettes and always love pine cones. Have a huge tree in our yard... back yard too. Happy WW!
    xo~Tracie

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  10. I just love your blog... this is my first time joining up with White Wednesday... my post is scheduled to be up at midnight tonight so it is ready to go! Thanks for hosting!

    Love your pics!

    Jillian
    Bella Rosa Antiques

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  11. Love the scale! Thanks so much for being such a gracious hostess. I am a newbee blogger, your newest follower and my first time to be a part of the party.

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  12. It looks beautiful and inviting, Kathleen. I love that scale!

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  13. I love the pine cones...rustic with pretty!!

    XO,
    Jane

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  14. Loving your blog and all of the white in it.
    I really like the white pitcher.
    hugs,
    glenda

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  15. Enjoy your magazine! I am loving pine cones. Found some giant ones at a thrift shop and barely fit in my largest apothecary jar. So pretty with your whites! Thanks for hosting.

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  16. I love the pinecones and scale. So many wonderful pictures.
    ~Heidi

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  17. Your booth looks so good with the white and pinecones. I may just have to try that!
    Thanks
    Rhonda

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  18. I cannot function without a bath every night! It is my favorite time of day!!

    The pine cones on the scale are lovely!

    Thanks Kathleen!

    Polly

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  19. I am in love with the scale!!!!!! I love old white pitchers as well and the simplicity of it all is beautiful but that scale...........is really neat!
    Sherry

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  20. always lovely here on white wednesday... thanks for your sweet comment my friend.

    hugs,

    shelley

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  21. Kathleen, the pine cones look wonderful against the white. I like to keep a bowl of them out during the winter. I like the way you used some on the scale. I may do the same.
    Thanks for hosting White Wednesday. This is my first time to join in. ~ Sarah

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  22. Hi Kathleen- I did a booboo. I was linking for my son's gf and got her on here twice- Wings of a Raven is her site- this is her first time on WW- she has been watching mine and wanted to do it, too!
    Hugs-- Tete

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  23. See you would understand perfectly my walking along the sidewalks here with two big bags collecting cones. Why do all these other folks look at me with the stink eye? : 0

    xxx

    z

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  24. It all looks beautiful! I love that contrast of the white and the pinecones too.
    Jane

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  25. Kathleen
    Happy White Wednesday dear friend. I hope that you are all doing well and enjoying the start of the holiday season. Sending you hugs from Cali

    xoxo
    Kate

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  26. So glad to be back to play.

    thanks for hosting Kathleen.

    blessings

    barbara jean

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  27. Hi Kathleen, what a lovely post, I love the candle and the pine cones!!! Happy White Wednesday... hugs~~~ Daphne

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  28. So much fun to be thinking WHITE!! It's about the only time I get to link up here. Such beautiful postings here. I love it!!
    Karen
    Ladybug Creek

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  29. Soooooooo loving the pine cones & candles! Thanks for hosting White Wednesday again. Charlene

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  30. Hey Kathleen! My pine cones have found their way into my white decor, too. I just adore the dark brown against the creamy white of ironstone! Your scale is awesome, btw! :)

    xoxo laurie

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  31. Hi Kathleen ~ Beautiful ironstone pitcher, but Im really loving that sweet scale. Sliding into the Holidays quickly ~ have a great week, and thanks for hosting.

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  32. Pine cones and white...a perfect pairing. I always look forward to your White Wednesdays.

    ~jermaine @ French-Kissed

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  33. Thrilled to join you today! I always love coming by to drool over all of the beautiful posts.... Your pinecones are sooo pretty with the creams.... We were going to pick up a bunch of them when we were in Bend and forgot until we were on our way home. DARN it. They have a gazillion Ponderosa Pines there.

    Warm blessings,
    Spencer

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  34. Hi Kathleen,
    Thank you for always hosting WW. I'm proud to be a part of it (when I can squeeze in the time to do a post!) I'm always so impressed with everyone's entry.
    I really love the pinecones' contrast as well. And oh how I'd love to be soaking in a hot bath right now...aaaahh.
    I guess I'm the only one that hasn't heard of that magazine, where've I been?
    Have a blessed week dear, more hugs from CA,
    Missy

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  35. I love all your displays Kathleen and I also love candles! I intend to get out my pinecones soon, but mine are mostly WHITE...imagine that. LOL Happy WW!
    Blessings~

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  36. First I love your blog, then I love the scales I am always looking at them however I am so packed at my house the back of the toilet is the only open spot left to put something. LOL guess it would do there.

    Janice

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  37. LOVE decorating with pine cones. I also like to stuff them in between the branches on the Christmas trees. Thanks for hosting another beautiful WW!
    Roselle

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  38. My afternoon got so busy yesterday that I didn't have a chance to come add my link to your party until just now... better late than never I guess... lol!
    How funny that we both did a post with pinecones for WW! Everything looks beautiful, Kathleen! I love your vintage scale and, of course, your white ironstone... sigh...
    Happy WW!
    xoxo,
    Jo :)

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  39. Pinecones and ironstone....a magnifique pair! I especially LOVE the Mary head Vases in the birdcage. How sweet and oh so Jeanne D'Arc! Happy WW Kathleen!

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  40. I love pinecones, and they look smashing with the white and the ironstone. Beautiful.

    When my sister in law lived in Seattle, she would send me a big box of pinecones from their trees -- Heaven.

    I put a bronze pinecone soap dispenser in our bathroom last winter, and my husband asked me why I'd put a hand grenade for the soap. Can't win the them all.
    Cass

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  41. Happy White Wednesday. I want to tell you how much I look forward to Wednesday and thinking about white garments to photograph for my post. And being a part of the white blog community. Thank you! And I love you scales!

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  42. I'm late, But I'm finally getting around to having a look at the links. Your garden style is always great to look at. I love pinecones too. Mine have been out all year! Thanks Kathleen! Jacqueline

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  43. I agree! Pine cones are great for decor. My mom sends them to me from Fla. every year. They are huge.Love your Whites. Ty for sponsoring White Wednesday. Hugs, Liz

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  44. Whats better than pine cones in the fall? Ok your blog I guess, lol. Thank you for sharing.

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  45. Love the contrast of the warm brown of the pine cones against the crisp white. This is my first time participating in your lovely link party -- so much inspiration. I will be returning!

    Deborah

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  46. I like the brown and white combo too. Oh, I'm jealous (in a good way) that you already have that magazine!!

    Candylei

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  47. Hi Kathleen, I am thrilled to be joining you again this week. Sorry I got a late start. I just love all your beautiful pictures and am trying to "lighten up" my home with softer colors. Thanks for hosting this every week, I always come away inspired for beautiful decorating. Marcia

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  48. Hi Kathleen
    Love the pine cones with the white ware...Such a wonderful contrast but then anything goes with white ware :)
    Blessings
    Rebecca

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